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  • Happy Year of the Rat! Where and How To Celebrate Lunar New Year
    par Lina Lecaro le 24/01/2020 à 10:00

    For Asian cultures, the Lunar New Year holiday marks a fresh start on the second new moon after the winter solstice. Most people are aware of traditions such as giving children money, honoring ancestors, and having parties and festivities, but lesser-known are rituals meant to set the tone for the […]

  • 11 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week
    par L.A. Weekly le 24/01/2020 à 9:36

    From a chance to quench your thirst for wine while helping Australia to photo l.a., here are the 11 best things to do in Los Angeles this week. fri 1/24 FOOD&DRINK Wine to Quench Wildfires In partnership with Penfolds Wine, Bondi Harvest at Platform in Culver City will host an evening […]

  • It Wasn’t Just the Music: New Punk Rock Book Gets Personal (Excerpt)
    par Lina Lecaro le 24/01/2020 à 9:00

    There are lots of books out there about punk rock, but the best ones aren’t necessarily anchored in cultural critique, scholarly examinations of rebellion or, in the case of oral histories, how well people remember this show or that show. The best ones are about how the music profoundly […]

  • Music Pick: Elizabeth Moen
    par Falling James le 24/01/2020 à 9:00

    Elizabeth Moen possesses a big, soulful voice that can take you places. But unlike other divas who are all about technique, the Iowa native also has big things on her mind and can write music and lyrics that match her impressive set of pipes. On her 2018 album, A Million Miles Away, Moen […]

  • Event Pick: Global Day of Protest
    par Falling James le 24/01/2020 à 8:00

    It has been estimated that since its founding in 1776 the United States has been in a state of war for 227 years out of the past 244 years. None of those elusive years of peace has occurred in the past three decades, either. No matter which of the two major parties is in office, The post Event […]

  • Music Pick: Love Ghost
    par Brett Callwood le 24/01/2020 à 8:00

    Starting a band, rehearsing, booking gigs, making the whole damn thing work — these are genuine challenges for grown adults with day jobs and reasonable cash flow. But for a group of musicians who are still in school, the task can be monumental. Such is the case with Love Ghost, an L.A. […]

  • Art Pick: The Influence of Fellini
    par Shana Nys Dambrot le 24/01/2020 à 7:09

    “I see no line between the imaginary and the real,” legendary film director Federico Fellini once said, and the artists assembled for The Influence of Fellini: A Surreal 100th Birthday Celebration would definitely agree. From the urban-inflected and pop surrealist idioms Corey Helford […]

  • What’s Popping Up? Lou, Nashville! Comes to L.A., Breakfast Specials, The Year of The Rat and More
    par Michele Stueven le 24/01/2020 à 7:00

    Lots is popping up in L.A. this week, including surprises at Found Oyster and Pizzana, an Australia Day fundraiser at Otium and breakfast specials across town. Saturday, January 25 Found Oyster joins forces with chef Mailea Weger of Lou, Nashville!, the restaurant and natural wine bar out of East […]

  • Music Pick: Skinlab
    par Brett Callwood le 24/01/2020 à 7:00

    Bay Area metal band Skinlab formed in 1994, not quite in time for the ’80s thrash boom in that area but still in time to cultivate a reputation as one of the most ferocious metal bands in NorCal. They’ve taken breaks over the years, and band members have come and gone, but the quality […]

  • Film Pick: Venice Film Festival
    par Shana Nys Dambrot le 24/01/2020 à 5:07

    For 17 years, the Venice Film Festival has presented new, vintage, rare, and in progress works of documentary and poetical cinema — but the undertaking’s central inspiration enjoyed an even longer history in the community. Once the site of the original Beatnik hotspot Venice West Cafe, […]

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